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State Flag of CONNECTICUT

Picture image of the Connecticut State Flag

Connecticut Flag

The flag of Connecticut was adopted in 1897.  The flag contains a blue field with a white baroque shield with three grape vines.  Under the shield is a banner that reads “Qui Transtulit Sustinet” (He who transplanted, sustains), the state motto.  The design of the flag came originally from the Saybrook Colony that was established in 1639 and was bought by                 Connecticut in 1644.


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